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Water speakers enhanced with an Arduino Mega

Maker “cool austin” is a fan of water speakers, which pulse jets of water inside plastic enclosures to the beat of your music, but thought they could be improved. What he came up with is a multi-tower setup that not only dances with light and water to the beat of …

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Video game head tracking with Wii Remote camera

While the Nintendo Wii has been on the market for well over 10 years, its controllers continue to provide a variety of tools for hacking. One component you may want to consider for your next hack is the camera from the Wii Remote, which senses the position of nearby infrared …

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Air Force Research Laboratory has been working on a Flexible Arduino @AFResearchLab

This could be great for wearable devices, Via open-electronics Instead of working on expensive systems made out of highly robust parts developed in ultra-secure laboratories in top-secret locations, the AFRL has developed a functional flexible Arduino-compatible board, which they claim to be the first of its type. Using a simplified …

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This Corset Dress Will Make You Adored by Fireflies #WearableWednesday #wearabletech #Arduino #art #DIY

Imagine roving the hills in a dress that looks like a cloud of fireflies. Bethany of Lady Lilith Corsetry was definitely thinking of glowing bugs for the insect themed competition by Foundations Revealed. She has been creating corsets and costumes for quite some time, but decided to stretch her wings with …

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YouTuber creates an organ out of 44 Furbies

If you think Furbies have become extinct, think again, as musical hacker “Look Mum No Computer” has decided to revive a number of them to create his own Furby Organ. To make this horrifying yet awesome instrument, he placed 44—yes, 44—of these strange creatures on top of an organ frame …

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Very First Hands On a Metro M0 Express

I got a new toy today at work: Adafruit Metro M0 Express 😁 So, a few days ago I mentioned to a coworker that I wanted to create a iot (Internet of Things) project using a Metro M0 Express, then on the following day… a Metro was placed on my …

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Recreate Optimus Prime’s blaster with Arduino

YouTuber Bob Clagett has dreamed of creating his own life-sized Optimus Prime ion blaster for years, and now after hours of 3D printing and finishing, he finally has something worthy of that universe. While he opted to construct it in a 1:2 scale, it’s still an impressive physical build, looking …

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ANALOGOUS: A Synesthesia Experience Installation with Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

ANALOGOUS – A Synaesthesia Experience from Thomas Wilson on Vimeo. This installation looks like it’d be a blast to experience. From Thomas Wilson on vimeo: ANALOGOUS: A Synaesthesia Experience (working title) is an immersive trans-media installation allowing audiences to experience the neurological condition synaesthesia first-hand. The installation features a pop-up …

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Pour Reception turns water into radio controls

Using a capacitive sensing arrangement, artists Tore Knudsen, Simone Okholm Hansen, and Victor Permild have come up with a way to interact with music with two glasses of water. One pours water into a glass to turn the radio on. Channels can then be changed by transferring water from one glass into the other, …

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Scribble is an Arduino-controlled haptic drawing robot

As part of his master’s studies at Eindhoven University, Felix Ros created a haptic drawing interface that uses a five-bar linkage system to not only take input from one’s finger, but also act as a feedback device via a pair of rotary outputs. “Scribble” uses an Arduino Due to communicate with …

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